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 Post subject: Eventide Space & Line 6 M5 from Pedal Power 2 Plus? Help!
PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:29 am 
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Some help please...

I use the Voodoo Lab Pedal Power 2 Plus.

Currently I am powering a Boss Tuner, a Micro Pog and a Digitech Digidelay pedal using the standard 9v cables.

I also power an Eventide Space pedal using the current doubler in ports 5 & 6.

I have bought a Line 6 M5 pedal. Is it possible to power both the Line 6 M5 and the Eventide Space pedal using the Pedal Power 2 Plus?

If so, please let me know how, and what extra cables I need to buy.

I'm no physicist and need things spelling out when it comes to current, voltage and all things power related.

Many thanks in advance!

Sam


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 Post subject: Re: Eventide Space & Line 6 M5 from Pedal Power 2 Plus? Help
PostPosted: Fri Jul 29, 2016 11:15 am 
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You should be able to power the Space and the M5 using one of the High Current outputs and one of the regular outputs combined with a Current Doubler. For instance, Output 4 with Output 5 for the M5, and Output 6 with Output 7 for the Space with all four of the DIP Switches set to Normal.

However, you should also be providing more current for the Micro POG, so in this setup it too would have a Current Doubler using any two of the remaining outputs with the corresponding DIP Switches set to Normal.

Alternatively, a Pedal Power Digital or 4x4 would have no trouble powering each of your pedals with no adapter cables needed. ;)

I hope that helps!


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